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Schoolgirls helped redesign an east London street under the watchful eye of RIBA president Marco Goldschmied and minister for women Tessa Jowell last week. The RIBA and the Cabinet Office Women's Unit held the 'Listen Up' one-day taster event to encourage young women into architecture. The girls were split into groups and worked with 12 female designers on new ideas for the Hackney street.

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